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Heart Rate During A Sneeze
Not significantly: There can be a small temporary decrease or increase in your heart rate immediately before or after a sneeze. This is not from the sneeze itself, but it is related to the deep breath taken before the sneeze or the sudden blowing out of air during the sneeze. These large changes in filling of one's lungs can change the pressure inside the chest, and briefly affect the heart rate. ...Read more
It may not: There can be a small temporary decrease or increase in your heart rate immediately before or after a sneeze. This is not from the sneeze itself, but it is related to the deep breath taken before the sneeze or the sudden blowing out of air during the sneeze. These large changes in filling of one's lungs can change the pressure inside the chest, and briefly affect the heart rate. ...Read more
Valsalva Manuver: When you do the mentioned activities, you trigger what is called valsalva reflex that make your heart rate go up. ...Read more
What to do if i continue getting a pain in the center of my chest when i breath, cough or sneeze or increase in heart rate?
I hit my head 5 days ago. This morning I woke up sneezing blood and my blood pressure was 144/110. Heart rate was 155 bpm. Can this be related?
Sudden warm feeling in left arm now.Yesterday had muscle pain,chest after huge sneeze,n slightly fast heart rate(if it's related).No other symptoms.
Symptoms only that,: may have many possible bases & are thus inadequate to arrive at reliable diagnosis. Given description, muscle pain mostly likely form sudden abnormally strong contraction producing some damage/pain. Faster heart rate common in response to pain, especially if also scared. All these are only clues, not any necessarily unusual or reliably predictive of any ongoing or necessarily serious body problem. ...Read more
Varied: Panic Attacks can cause tachycardia in 25 percent of attacks. If this occurs it is greater than 100 per minute. 75 percent have a heart rate usually between 60-99. ...Read more
Not necessarily.: It depends on your age and the clinical setting. Sudden onset vs. progressive increase to max would suggest another etiology. A monitor evaluation would be reasonable to determine the normalcy for you. ...Read more
Exercising the heart: Your heart rate during exercise is an insight into how hard your body is working. First off you need to determine your maximum predicted heart rate for your age. This is 220 minus your age. From this number you can figure out your "zones". A good workout zone is 70-85% of the maximum. Talk to your doctor or a personal trainer to figure out what's best for your health and your goals. ...Read more
Depends: If you do a lot of work or not. ...Read more
Several: There are several possibilities. If you're a seasoned athlete, it's due to improved stroke volume (blood ejected with each contraction) requiring a reduced heart rate to achieve a given cardiac output (the product of sv and hr). Other possibilities are: medications, vagal reactions, chronotropic incompetence, av nodal block, or sick sinus syndrome. Incidentally, typhoid fever can cause it too. ...Read more
Heart rate: Two main reasons: excellent conditioning or beta blockers on board; there are others less frequent. ...Read more
Can control: Anesthesiologists can make your heart rate whatever they want. ...Read more
Head compression.: Typically, the fetal heart rate decreases episodically with contractions during the pushing stage of labor as the fetal head is compressed and rapidly descends in the birth canal. Head compression causes a parasympathetic neural discharge that slows the heart rate as long as the intracranial pressure continues. Other causes: cord compression, placental failure can also occur. ...Read more
Most unuusal: If this is truly documented, it should be further investigated. Possible reasons are onset of av block, ischemia of the sinus or av node, or chronotropic incompetence. A cardiologist should examine your tracings which should be readily available. A real and sustained fall in hr would be most unusual. ...Read more
Varies : Heart rate response to activity and exercise varies from person to person. It depends on how fit you are (how much your body is used to that level of activity), resting heart rate, medication, other comorbidities, etc. After about a minutes or so of mild to moderate intensity exercise, heart rate would at least be around 100 beats per minutes. How high it goes, would vary. ...Read more
Interesting question: In theory 220- age is maximum heart rate, but I have seen some people exceed this formula, the real question is target heart rate- probably 60-70% of this according to exercise physiology - about 112 for you. If you run a bit higher comfortably, don't worry. As you excercise more your heart rate may drop as you get more fit. Still, you don't have to go that hard to get benefits. Be well! ...Read more
What are the health consequences of a heart rate of 45-50 BPM during contractions from nuchal cord?
Most likely none: It is quite common for infants to experience a slow heart rate during contractions when mother is pushing. However, if the infant is experiencing slow heart rate early in the labor process it may indicate that the baby is compromised. Most infants can tolerate this without long term damage for a short period of time, but ongoing heart rate drops need immediate evaluation. ...Read more
During a panic attack my heart rate can be 120-150 or 160. Does this require emergency medical attention?
Maybe: Please be sure to find out you arent having a panic attack because of a medical cause such as a heart rhythm issue, hyperthyroidism, or the use of diet pills for instance. That is a pretty impressive heart rate at 160 for a panic attack. If you havent already been fully evaluated for these spells with elevated heart rate, then, yes, please go see you doctor. ...Read more
Take 5 mg of bystolic (nebivolol) in the evening ...pulse during day 105/65 heart rate 80...is this too low?
During a panic attack, my heart rate can get up to 150 or 160. I'm 21. Is this dangerous? Could it cause heart damage/arrest?
No: But you need to control the panic attacks as they are a very serious condition that will probably require help. Seek help as you may not be able to control them yourself. Counseling, relaxation techniques and medications may be all needed. Please do it soon since panic attacks can take over your life. ...Read more
During a 30 seconds measurement of heart rate with a HR monitor, HR varies from 69 to 77, is that normal? I was steady, rest. Thanks
Quite: Normal. Don't be concerned. Unless you have other symptoms ...Read more
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